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  • Address : 8 North Main St. Rockland ME 04841

This is Georges River Land Trust.

Our goals are to conserve land, protect resources and habitat, provide recreational opportunities, promote health, and educate about the intersection of art and nature and how to be good stewards of both. Please join us.

Latest News

Weskeag Headlands Protected Forever

The Weskeag Headlands is integral to the Bridging Two River Conservation Project that combines the efforts of local, regional and state conservation groups to conserve the significant resources and productive ecosystems associated with the Weskeag River and the estuarine flats of the St. George River. Georges River Land Trust has conserved nearly 600 acres, including […]

Farewell and Thank You!

Saying farewell to hard-working Board members is never easy. This month two long-standing Board members have termed off the Board. Your tireless work has led to many successes, and you have our sincere gratitude! Their invaluable service to GRLT has touched them as well: Peter Duffey “My 9 years of service to the Land Trust […]

Western Parks to Eastern Trails: Jeannie Harsha

Though trails volunteer Jeannie Harsha arrived in Rockland only recently, Maine had been a magnet for many years.  Jeannie grew up in Colorado where her family went camping in the mountains, every weekend trekking to remote spots far from public camping areas, hidden places discovered by her father in his work for the Forest Service.  […]

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Trails & Preserves

Trails and Preserves are open!

A huge part of land trust legacy is dedicated to the notion that some of Maine’s best can be found outside – in the woods, on the water, in the fresh air. One of the big reasons we conserve land in the first place is so there will always be special spots for everyone to […]

It’s Official – The Bobolink Trail is Open!

In 2007 Georges River Land Trust set out to protect the spectacular and well-loved iconic landscape between the Weskeag and St. George Rivers, along Route 131 in South Thomaston, on the road from Thomaston to Port Clyde.

Connecting Community to Town Forests

Have you heard? Fat biking is all the rage! Our Connecting Community to Town Forests initiative is the result of a longstanding working relationship between Georges River Land Trust and the Thomaston Conservation Commission.